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I just want one!! Please!! They are adorable! :)

FRANSWAZZ Most darling goat ever ~!

Ah, raised many of these growing up....feeding out of a pop bottle with a nipple in the middle of the nite. miss those days.@

John 21:15-17 - Jesus showed the urgency of putting his interests ahead of our own. He stressed to Peter: "Feed my little sheep." !! He asked Peter: "Do you love me more than THESE? ie.(fish that Peter was frying)" Peter had already returned to fishing after Jesus died. Before he was raised up, he appeared to Peter and 500 others.

  • sandpipersong

    Ryan, I DO believe that (1) Jesus is my savior (2) good works do not save us.(3) Jesus' blood saves us. However Jesus was SENT by God; he was created by God (Coloss. 1:15-17; Prov. 8:22-31), and was the most precious thing God could sacrifice to buy us out of sin. He PRAYED to God when he needed strength and courage. He said that his Father was greater than he was. NO man has EVER seen Almighty God. John 1:18

  • sandpipersong

    Please see my boards "Mankind's Messiah and Redeemer" and "Is Jesus Almighty God?" and "The Creator...Who is He?" I will not get into arguments on this forum. If you want to do more research on the Trinity doctrine you will have to do it on your own. There is a lot of information on (over a hundred years of research has been freely opened to the public). We base our beliefs on the Bible, not on man-made doctrines.

  • Bettye Williams

    Hi sandpipersong....Praise God from whom all blessings flow! This is not 'to be argued'! Trust in the Lord with all thine heart! His peace is for all who believe and His grace is sufficient to all who love and embrace Him! Have a blessed weekend my friend!

  • Bettye Williams

    Hello there Ryan. It is so good to know that you know you are saved! Those of us who believe have a 'personal' relationship with God. We are not here to judge one another, but to love one another! Blessings!

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I never thought about owning a goat, always a lamb...but here we are! That face!!!

Our lambs were always born in January-February when it was soooo cold. We didn't have heat in the barn and I remember waking up many winter mornings with baby lambs warming in a box beside the wood stove.